 quantitykind:Voltage

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Description

$$\textit{Voltage}$$, also referred to as $$\textit{Electric Tension}$$, is the difference between electrical potentials of two points. For an electric field within a medium, $$U_{ab} = - \int_{r_a}^{r_b} E . {dr}$$, where $$E$$ is electric field strength. For an irrotational electric field, the voltage is independent of the path between the two points $$a$$ and $$b$$.

Properties
$$U_{ab} = V_a - V_b$$, where $$V_a$$ and $$V_b$$ are electric potentials at points $$a$$ and $$b$$, respectively.
$$U_{ab}$$
Annotations
$$\textit{Voltage}$$, also referred to as $$\textit{Electric Tension}$$, is the difference between electrical potentials of two points. For an electric field within a medium, $$U_{ab} = - \int_{r_a}^{r_b} E . {dr}$$, where $$E$$ is electric field strength. For an irrotational electric field, the voltage is independent of the path between the two points $$a$$ and $$b$$.
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